It’s been six months.
And yet we don’t know the name of the cop who shot Ashli Babbitt point blank in the Capitol Building.
Now, Ashli Babbitt’s husband is filing a massive lawsuit.
To reveal the name of the officer who shot Ashli Babbitt.
Can you imagine if this similar situation happened in Minneapolis?
Can you imagine if an unarmed black man was shot during any of the BLM riots?
We all know what the response would be.
On Full Measure, which is hosted by the liberal Sharyl Attkisson, they revealed that Ashli Babbitt’s murder was a “clear” example of excessive force.
Unarmed protestor Ashli Babbitt was shot by a police officer during the January 6th riot on Capitol Hill. This week on Full Measure— both sides of the debate over her death. pic.twitter.com/93ny2EWZQA
— Full Measure News (@FullMeasureNews) April 29, 2021
Remember, Ashli was unarmed.
And by the Left’s own definition, this was a “mostly peaceful protest.”
More and more questions are being raised about the officer who shot Babbitt.
Something is clearly not adding up.
"Something's not right here. We need the name of the officer who pulled the trigger."
— Newsmax (@newsmax) May 1, 2021
Now, Ashli’s husband is suing to get to the bottom of the truth.
The New York Post confirms this report:
The husband of slain Capitol rioter Ashli Babbitt is suing for records revealing the identity of the US Capitol Police officer who fatally shot her during the Jan. 6 siege.
Aaron Babbitt is asking a Washington DC court to force police to hand over the cop’s name, as well as other records relating to his wife’s death, including video footage of the incident and witness statements, local outlet WUSA reported.
DC’s Metropolitan Police Department was tasked with the investigation, and has “failed to comply” with a Freedom of Information Act request filed by Babbitt for the documents, the lawsuit states.
The department allegedly blew through a May 12 deadline to either fork over the materials to Babbitt or notify him that he wouldn’t be getting access to them, according to the filing.
The complaint, filed in DC Superior Court last week, came about a month after the Department of Justice announced it would not be seeking charges against the unidentified cop.
The officer fired a single shot at Ashli, a 35-year-old Air Force veteran from California, as she climbed through a smashed-out window into the House Speaker’s Lobby while lawmakers were being evacuated.
The DOJ found that “the investigation revealed no evidence to establish that, at the time the officer fired a single shot at Ms. Babbitt, the officer did not reasonably believe that it was necessary to do so in self-defense or in defense of the Members of Congress and others evacuating the House Chamber.”
Every day, more people are supporting Ashli Babbitt.
There was recently a rally in Sacramento, CA for people to show their support for Ashli Babbitt.
The rally was disrupted by Antifa.
Antifa gathered to confront people at a Sacramento rally in support of Ashli Babbitt, the unarmed woman shot dead inside the US Capitol on Jan. 6 by law enforcement. pic.twitter.com/u97ayl3GMX
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) June 5, 2021
Media personalities such as Tucker Carlson continue to push the case for Ashli Babbitt.
Tucker Carlson & @julie_kelly2 Discuss The Many Questions Remaining About January 6th
-Actions Taken By Capitol Police
-Identity Of Officer Who Killed Ashli Babbitt
Tucker & Julie Call On Republicans In Washington To Demand Answers To These Questions pic.twitter.com/rlqYcGtex8
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) June 9, 2021
And Representatives on Capitol Hill continue to call out the cover-up around Ashli Babbitt’s execution.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) May 12, 2021
Aaron Babbitt initially made the request through the Freedom of Information Act.
Unfortunately (but not surprisingly), Aaron got no reply.
Now, he is hoping that his lawsuit will get him the attention and answers that he deserves.
The Washington Post has a few more details:
The husband of a woman who was shot to death by a police officer during the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol has asked a judge to order the disclosure of records related to an investigation that determined the shooting was justified.
The woman, 35-year-old Ashli Babbitt, was among a mob of supporters of President Donald Trump who rampaged through the Capitol, trying to disrupt congressional certification of President Biden’s election victory. She was fatally shot by a U.S. Capitol Police officer as she attempted to breach a set of doors deep inside the building.
Federal prosecutors have concluded there was insufficient evidence to prove Babbitt’s civil rights were violated. Authorities said it was reasonable for the officer to believe he was firing in self-defense or in defense of members of Congress, their aides and others.
D.C. police led the investigation into Babbitt’s shooting.
In a lawsuit filed June 1 in D.C. Superior Court, Babbitt’s husband, Aaron Babbitt, of San Diego, asked a judge to order the disclosure of D.C. police investigative records, including witness statements, detectives’ reports, video footage and documents with the name of the officer who fired the fatal shot. He has not been publicly identified.
Aaron Babbitt said he requested the records in April under the Freedom of Information Act and got no reply. He said the city has neither provided records nor demonstrated “that the requested records are lawfully exempt from production.”
The D.C. government has not yet responded to the lawsuit in court. An initial hearing before a judge is scheduled for Sept. 3.
If the last few weeks are any indication, it is clear that narratives set forth by the left do not withstand scrutiny.
Similar to the origins of COVID-19, it is only a matter of time before we have more details on the death of Ashli Babbitt.
Until then, her husband Aaron has the full support of patriots everywhere!